ABG Ag Services has locations in Indiana and South Dakota. You can contact us by phone or email.
Jared Alsdorf (317)695-6097
South Dakota and General Information
Fritz Koppatschek (317)431-3295
Indiana is known for its corn (5th in the Nation, with 5,600,000 acres) and soybean (4th 5,650,00 acres) production, but what most people don’t know is that it is also a major producer of popcorn (2nd), processed tomatoes (3rd), melons (3rd), and other crops such as winter wheat. Much of this is due to Indiana’s diverse geography and because of this our Indiana location is well suited to conduct studies on prairie soils which are high organic matter ( 3-4%) silt loam soils. We can also conduct studies on timber soils which are lower organic matter soils (1-2%) silt loam soils.
South Dakota is home to over 42 million acres of farm land. While South Dakota grows corn(5,600,000 acres), soybeans (5,200,000 acres) and spring/winter wheat (4,540,000 acres) it has a great diversity of crops. Crops found in South Dakota include alfalfa, sunflowers, oats, dry beans, field peas, sorghum, flaxseed, and canola.